DrRich Hosts Discussion on Sermo

DrRich | October 2nd, 2010 - 12:16 pm

DrRich is honored to have been invited, by popular demand (which means that both of his readers must have requested it), to host a discussion on Sermo. The discussion begins on Monday, October 4, and will run for four days or so.

Sermo is an online community for physicians, where doctors say stuff to each other they might not want to say to anyone else. DrRich has spent almost no time on Sermo, but he expects this is the place where modern doctors must discuss the secret-knowledge-type-stuff you all know we have but don’t want to reveal – things like all those alternative medicine cures that, if widely known, would put us all out of business, how to conspire with our ancient allies in the pharmaceutical industry to keep diseases chronic instead of curing them, and other bits of ancient and clandestine, handed-down wisdom we doctors are sworn to suppress for the sake of our guild, but which explain why we ourselves never get sick or die.

In any case, DrRich looks forward to hosting this discussion on Sermo, which he suspects will pertain more to the kinds of things covered on this blog than to medical arcana, and he hopes his physician readers will join him there (for otherwise he expects he will become very lonely). To his non-physician readers, DrRich pledges to report back here on anything that comes out of this discussion that might be of interest, as long as it would not require him to violate his secret and sacred oaths.

4 Responses to “DrRich Hosts Discussion on Sermo”

  1. Liz says:

    Looking forward to seeing you on Sermo!

  2. An MD says:

    You may not have been to Sermo, but your blog and ideas have been oft discussed.

    Look forward to corresponding with you there …

  3. DW says:

    I am enjoying the discussion on Sermo. Don’t pay any attention to Zeits. He is a communist misogynist drama king.

    • DrRich says:


      Thanks. Zeits is OK. I’m having fun with him. I can’t really tell whether he’s also having fun, but it doesn’t sound much like it.


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